The Kodur development team have worked on a variety of projects, many of which were created from the ground up. Our team have worked alongside our clients to not only produce the companies' brands, but also any websites, CRMs, mobile apps or printed materials that were required.
No matter the size of your project or the complexity you require, we are confident that we have the experience to support you from conception through to launch and after, as your business grows and evolves.
CaptureHub is an exclusive, members-only platform offering business owners rewards for purchasing through affiliated businesses. Members can then use these rewards to make purchases with the CaptureHub branded pre-paid Mastercard™ Card. By working alongside Omnio, the Kodur team were able to replicate the financial processes, allowing users to load reward points onto their card through a single portal on the CaptureHub website.
We have continued to work closely with CaptureHub's finance and customer service teams to build and maintain a bespoke CRM solution that allows the CaptureHub teams to increase efficiency and generate bespoke reports from a single click.
We were approached by a marketing team to help realise the branding for an exciting new range of meat counter sauces, destined for the shelves of Tesco. With a name like "Little Sauce Pot", we knew we were looking at something fun and colourful, something that would stand-out in a crowded market. But, it would also need the premium quality to appeal to savvy meat counter shoppers. The Kodur designers developed the logo, packaging, large-format outdoor adverts, videos and social graphics for Little Sauce Pot, always with the aim of grabbing the eye of passing consumers.
The Kodur team were approached by PastaPiing to help bring the brand of their microwavable pasta to life. A competitor to microwavable rice, the packaging had to reinforce the convenience and quality of the product. The Kodur team produced logo, packaging, sales presenters and a website for the FMCG product. We continued working with the marketing team to create flyers for a Work Perks campaign, helping the team complete valuable market research. We also produced social media graphics for competitions to support the launch of the product in NISA stores, as well as adverts for in-store print magazines.
During a meeting with the snappichappi team, we were presented with their revolutionary mosquito repellent wristbands that activate when you 'snap' them onto your wrist. Our team were tasked with not only delivering the logo and packaging for snappichappi, but to design the adult and children versions of the bands themselves. The Kodur team also produced a website and a presenter, allowing the snappichappi team to promote their product to potential retailers. Following several successful pitches, the products were made available in Tesco and B&M stores across the UK.
We later assisted the team with on-going marketing campaigns, including adverts, promotions and banners for digital and print, and flyers and stall designs for conventions. Working closely with the in-house social team, Kodur produced a number of visuals for seasonal social campaigns, helping the snappichappi team make their first online sales through Amazon and eBay.
Start-ups and Digital Firsts
AD7 is an innovative online marketing platform that uses automation technology to offer search ads to small businesses who are not serviced by traditional agencies. Our project planners and UX/UI designers pulled out all the stops to produce this simple, clean and friendly user interface for search ad creation and management.
Knowing that AD7 were actively seeking partnerships with both Microsoft and Google, our team went above and beyond to make sure the AD7 brand would appeal to both the partnership teams at Google and Microsoft, and to AD7's SME target audience. Once the logo and colourways were signed off, we set to work creating a unique style which would stand out in a highly technical and creative market. Our presentations seem to have hit the mark, as AD7 became a Google Partner in April 2019, and received praise from the head of UK Partnerships on the quality of the presentation and feel of the product.
We were approached to create the brand for a new venture capital firm looking to raise capital for asset backed real estate developments across the UK and Ireland. It was important to the business that the brand complemented their Irish roots, showed strength/stability and appealed to the Asian market, where the majority of their clients are based. The name "Ón Tine" was chosen, as it translates to "from the fire" in Gaelic. The logo also incorporates a phoenix design, reinforcing the business's name and vision of strength, with gold colourways used to appeal to the investor market.
Following the initial branding, we went on to develop a small website and several printed materials to attract investment across the globe.
Kodur have worked with Market Fresh for several years, helping create the branding and packaging for their ambient food products. One of Market Fresh's key concerns is maintaining their relationship with national supermarket chains like Tesco and Morrisons. This quite often entails exclusive branding of products, challenging our team to come up with a variety of concepts and designs to meet each supermarket's product positioning and target audience. One substantial project saw the introduction of Oliver's Barn, a re-brand of Morrison's value Additions line into a premium but fun range.
We are currently working with Market Fresh on their own brand as they transition from supply only to a manufacture and supply model. This has called for a full re-brand and new systems to help organise and maintain their newly acquired manufacturing arm.
Marshall Scott Kitchens
Formally known as Rooms Inc, our client's business was initially set-up to serve the high-end homeowner market of North Essex. Over several years of trading, they have naturally moved from offering solutions for all rooms to exclusively focusing on kitchens. They came to us for help with a complete re-brand to support the business's new direction.
Whilst it was important to make sure that the new brand reinforced the kitchen offering, we also wanted to make sure it didn't distance existing, local, long-term customers who were familiar with the business's high street presence. Looking for a name that personalised the design service that customers would receive from this family-run business, we settled on the director's surname and maiden name, "Marshall Scott", and introduced "Kitchens" for clarity. The logo font and colour scheme were kept in-line with the previous brand to aid familiarity.
Once the branding was completed, the Kodur team went on to produce a website as well as various brochures and flyers for Marshall Scott Kitchens. The partnership between our two companies has clearly been a success, with Marshall Scott Kitchens gaining their first multi-residential installation contract for a new high-end development in Brentwood.
We continue to work with Marshall Scott Kitchens, and are currently working on an app that will allow them to track and monitor every stage of a kitchen installation, and streamline the process between customer, designer and fitter.